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Justin L. Clemons over 6 years ago
Crazy hilarious. Jim Carrey can be anybody.
Kakra over 7 years ago
Edi Qenaj Qenaj over 7 years ago
is good is comedy haahhaha
Josh Steadman over 7 years ago
Not funny. Just really creepy. One of those movies that makes you inexplicably angry.
Dylan Clites almost 8 years ago
Genuinely scary and masterfully funny. Honestly, I've never seen anything like it.
Jess Hooper almost 8 years ago
Is it a comedy with dark themes, or a psychological thriller made by comedians?
Andrea Cowan almost 8 years ago
tho much better than the criticth gave it credit for. tholid laughth.
Elliott Robert Joe over 8 years ago
Jenny Forsyth 1 month ago
Mandy Allen 9 months ago
Ben Dauphinee over 1 year ago
Rachel Marshall over 2 years ago
Justinas Jarukaitis over 2 years ago
Michelle Arostegui over 2 years ago
daniel beck over 2 years ago
Anteater almost 3 years ago
Sandra Padilla almost 3 years ago
Daniel Duval over 3 years ago
The Cable Guy is a 1996 black comedy film, directed by Ben Stiller, and starring Jim Carrey and Matthew Broderick. The film also features Leslie Mann, Jack Black, and Owen Wilson. It was released in North America on Friday, June 14, 1996 by Columbia Pictures. A TV-obsessed cable installer, who gives his name as Ernie "Chip" Douglas (Jim Carrey), installs Steven Kovacs' (Matthew Broderick) cable television service after Steven moves out of the apartment he shared with his girlfriend Robin (Leslie Mann). Steven awkwardly offers Chip a bribe for an illegal cable hookup, and Chip uses his pushy personality to pressure Steven into an uncomfortable friendship. Chip incentivizes his friendship with Steven, giving gifts such as a new home theater system while having no regard for personal space or privacy. Chip insists on awkward social activities, including dinner and jousting at a Medieval Times restaurant and feigning ignorance when he stumbled upon Steven and his friends playing...
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